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DataQuick enhances its National Property Database

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DataQuick, a real estate analytics firm, enhanced its National Property Database to include expanded property transaction intelligence through the release of its new Derived Transaction Record.

DataQuick also introduced the Assessor History Database and updates to its Standard Record Recorder and pre-foreclosure coverage.

The National Property Database has over 125 million property records and more than 267 million transaction records. The latest enhancements are designed to provide lenders, servicers, investors, government agencies and data resellers with enhanced intelligence.

The Derived Transaction Record identifies property transactions in jurisdictions that do not provide recorder information.

"These four enhancements are some of the most comprehensive database initiatives deployed by DataQuick during the past five years," said John Walsh, president of DataQuick. "As with all of our solution offerings, each initiative was designed to provide our customers with more actionable intelligence that can be used for a wider variety of applications to drive better bottom line results."

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